1/22/12

Bermuda Food: The Waterlot Inn


I LOVE to eat! And eating in Bermuda was no exception.  As I mentioned before, it can be really expensive to eat in Bermuda.  I assume there are some less expensive options out there, but we chose to eat at rather nice places known for their great food and service.  Those are the ones I will be discussing, starting with The Waterlot Inn...       

The Waterlot Inn Restaurant

There is a long history associated with the Waterlot.  It was originally an Inn built in 1670.  I've included a video that talks about some of the history.



They serve great steaks and seafood here. I don't think you can go wrong with either.  I had the filet mignon and my husband had some fish.  Same for the kids.  Wish I had some pictures of the entrees, but I was so excited to eat it when it came, that I forgot to take pics! :)  I did get shots of the deserts though. 

Sticky Toffee pudding
Sticky Toffee Pudding $12
Served with a Warm Homemade Toffee Sauce & Vanilla Ice Cream
(not as good as it sounds or looks, in my opinion)
Snickers bar dessert
"Snickers Bar" $12
Peanut Nougat, Chocolate Mousse, Salted Caramel
Yummy!

Then we went all out on the third desert!

making bananas foster

Bananas Foster
Tableside FlambĂ© for Two - $16 Per person
Bananas Foster 
Flambéed Bananas with Brown Sugar and Dark Rum Served over Vanilla Ice Cream
And it was AWESOME!


As we left the restaurant, the sun was setting and I took this final shot.
Sunset at The Waterlot Inn Restaurant

It was the perfect ending to one of the best places I have ever eaten!



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